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Souls for Sale DVD
Souls for Sale

Souls for Sale

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The souls in question are silver-screen hopefuls in this witty, insightful glimpse at the early movie business. Feared lost for decades, it includes unique working cameos of director Erich von Stroheim and a non-Tramp Charlie Chaplin, and features starletEleanor Boardman, the Cinderella of Hollywood whose rags-to-riches story echoed her characters. Escaping from a train journey with her sinister new husband, Mem Steddon (Boardman) crawls across the California desert and spies her salvation: an Arab sheik riding a camel! The location movie crew brings Mem to Tinseltown, where bit parts and acting lessons lead her to starring roles and a fiery finale with her murderous spouse Lew Cody). If you like classic Hollywood, youll love this picture, full ofcarefully observed detail, warmth and plenty of soul. **Please be aware that this is a manufactured on demand disc that was created using a DVD-R disc. It should play in all standard DVD players.
Title: Souls for Sale
Genre: Comedy-Classic, Drama-Classics (Silent Films)
Starring: Eleanor Boardman, Mae Busch, Barbara La Marr, Richard Dix, Frank Mayo, Forrest Robinson, Edith Yorke, Dale Fuller, Snitz Edwards, Jack Richardson
Director: Rupert Hughes
Studio: Warner Archives
Attributes: Full Frame, Black & White, Manufactured on Demand, Mono Sound
Release Date: 3/23/2009
Original Year: 1923
Product Type: DVD
Rated: NR
UPC: 883316127193
Item #: WBA088162

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